Juvenile Sex Offenders: Characteristics, Assessment, and Treatment

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Introductions. NamePositionExperience with Perpetrators/VictimsOne Unique Term for Sexual Anatomy. Goals. Normal/abnormal sexual behaviorDynamics of sexual offendersUniqueness of various offender populationsMulti-system needsWhat is good assessment?Treatment options. Agenda. TheoreticalNor
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1. Juvenile Sex Offenders: Characteristics, Assessment, and Treatment By: Dr. Brad Hedges Mid-Ohio Psychological Services 624 East Main Street Lancaster, Ohio 43130 (740) 687-0042 bradhedges@mopsohio.com

2. Introductions Name Position Experience with Perpetrators/Victims One Unique Term for Sexual Anatomy Self Disclosure Biases Work history Prison Brat Ostrander Husband Father Self Disclosure Biases Work history Prison Brat Ostrander Husband Father

3. Goals Normal/abnormal sexual behavior Dynamics of sexual offenders Uniqueness of various offender populations Multi-system needs What is good assessment? Treatment options Use flip chart to have group identify what they want to learnUse flip chart to have group identify what they want to learn

4. Agenda Theoretical Normal vs. Abnormal Sexuality Developmental Sexuality Why do they do it? Practical Disclosure/initiation Assessment Intervention Case closure/reunification Remind that we will be flexible and will try to be responsive to needs as they arise This is a discussion, not a lectureRemind that we will be flexible and will try to be responsive to needs as they arise This is a discussion, not a lecture

5. Sex Ed Test

6. Why are we here? Reduce victimization Help youth ?normalize? sexual behavior

7. Story Man sees kids drowning Jumps in to save Calls for help Goes up stream to see who is throwing all the kids in Man sees kids drowning Jumps in to save Calls for help Goes up stream to see who is throwing all the kids in

8. What is ?abnormal? sexual behavior? Statistical norm? Community standard? DSM IV? Personal value? Legal Definition? Prior to showing group slide, have them brainstorm how we define sexual behavior as abnormal then go through slide, giving examples of each problem remind that legal is the final definition that we must acceptPrior to showing group slide, have them brainstorm how we define sexual behavior as abnormal then go through slide, giving examples of each problem remind that legal is the final definition that we must accept

9. Exercise: What is ?normal? sexual behavior? What is the developmental task of this age group? What is the normal overt sexual behavior for this age? What do they do in secret? Exercise Use flip chart with several developmental groups listed and have them answer these questions about each groupExercise Use flip chart with several developmental groups listed and have them answer these questions about each group

10. What is Normal Sexual Development?

11. What is Normal Sexual Development?

12. What is Normal Sexual Development?

13. What is Normal Sexual Development?

14. What is Normal Sexual Development?

15. What is Normal Sexual Development? (cont.)

16. What is Normal Sexual Development? (cont.)

17. What is Normal Sexual Development? (cont.)

18. What is Normal Sexual Development? (cont.)

19. What is Normal Sexual Development? (cont.)

20. Culpability Mental Culpability Physical Culpability Sexual Culpability

21. Culpability Mental Culpability Intelligence Developmental Status Moral Development Amount of planning/grooming used Previous condemnation for behavior Absence of inhibitors


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